Public Communication of Science and Technology 2020+1

Catch Up - Day 4

Parallel Session I | Parallel Session J | Keynote 6 | Keynote 7 | Parallel Session K | Closing and Presentation of PCST 2023

Parallel Session I

Option 1 - Theme: Engaging stakeholders and publics

Option 2 - Theme: Interaction of scientists and publics

Option 3 - Public Communication of Science: trust and credibility in the eyes of the public

Option 4 - Science Communication & Television: Emerging opportunites for widening participation in research to realise research for all

Option 5 - Cell Block Science

Option 6 - Re-envisaging the visual communication of science

Option 7 - What Makes People Attend to and Trust Science and Scientific Experts in Online Contexts?

Option 8 - Current transformations in the science-society relationship: learnings from practices

Parallel Session J

Option 1 - Theme: Images of science, scientists and science communicators

Option 2 - Theme: Monitoring, evaluation and impacts

Option 3 - Empowering local communities through "Talking Science"

Option 4 - Communicating their own research: What do we need to know about the role of scientists and researchers in science communication?

Option 5 - Engaging the Public through Open Science - Putting theory into practice

Option 6 - Overcoming misinformation about science in the media

Option 7 - Social labs as transformative approach to implement Responsible Research and Innovation

Option 8 - Mentors, Mentees, and Public Engagement

Keynote 6: Transformations of science institutions’ communication
Marta Entradas
Plenary Panel 6: Transformations of science communication across countries
Marta Entradas, Kristian Nielsen, Margaret Kaseje, Mitsuru Kudo


Keynote 7: Transformations in environmental communication: lessons of the pandemic
Matt Nisbet
Plenary Panel 7: Transformations in environmental and climate communication
Matt Nisbet, Simone Rödder, Laura Fogg-Rogers, Lloyd Davis

Parallel Session K

Option 1 - Theme: Inclusion, participation and transformation

Option 2 - Theme: Success, impacts and evaluation

Option 3 - Theme: Information, media and pseudoscience

Option 4 - Active learning in the science communication classroom

Option 5 - Science communication for social change: What does STS have to offer?

Option 6 - Activists as "alternative" science communicators
No Session

Option 7 - Science recreation workshops: establishing communities and developing networks

Option 8 - Training for the future: Teaching science communication and new media

Closing and Presentation of PCST 2023